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Eavestroughing Repair and Installation in Toronto

Gutters work to keep your home structurally sound and dry. When water runs down your roof, it collects in the gutter that lines the perimeter of your household’s rooftop. This water then drains out of the gutters and into the downspout pipe, which looks like a long tube-like gutter that runs down the side of your house. The downspout pipe brings the water safely away from your house.

It is easy to imagine how disastrous things could become if you didn’t have them installed on your home. All that rainwater or melted snow would run off the roof and land where your house meets the ground. The water would eventually run into the basement and begin to do its damage. All that water can potentially rot your siding and ruin your lawn.

If you’ve just finished building your new home, you’re going to need the professional eavestrough services of Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing to come and install your gutters. Give us a call the next time you’re in the finalizing stages of your residential construction project. Our professional eavestrough installation team will make sure your gutters are expertly installed!

Signs You Need Toronto Eavestrough Repair

No matter what the weather is like, your gutters can be damaged. Debris and leaves can cascade themselves into your gutters on a windy day, or they could be holding water from a previous rainfall. You don’t want to wait until it is raining to determine if your gutters are clogged or in disrepair because by then it may be too late to stop water damage.

Here are several simple and safe approaches to determining whether you need to call your reliable eavestrough repairmen:

  1. Is water dripping from the corners of the gutters? This might mean their seal has broken.
  2. Is your gutter sagging? It could mean your gutter is full and is not draining probably.
  3. Are there pools of water around your home? This could indicate a clogged gutter.
  4. Is your deck or patio waterlogged? This could mean the gutter is overflowing.
  5. Is your downspout still attached to the gutter?
  6. Can you see leaves and debris on your roof? This could mean you might have debris in your gutter as well.

If your eavestrough system seems to be experiencing any of these problems, give Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing a call.

The Dangers of DIY Eavestrough and Gutter Maintenance

Remember that you should limit your gutter inspection to looking at the gutter from your deck, patio or lawn. If anything appears to be damaged, give Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing a call. Even if you are unsure, a little eavestrough maintenance can only benefit a household!

Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing does not recommend any unskilled homeowner or amateur handyman climbing onto their roof or using a rickety ladder from their garage. Companies like Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing are licensed, bonded, insured and fully equipped with the ladders and equipment necessary for any repairs.

Call Armstrong & Nelson Eavestroughing Today

If you would like to hear more about our eavestrough services, give us a call today!